The Master of Engineering Surveying is a geodesy course of study that prepares students for a career in industrial and engineering surveying as well as for a career in higher administrative surveying. For this purpose, you will acquire in-depth knowledge in earth physics, statistics, industrial surveying, land management and geoinformatics. The target group are bachelor's graduates with a deeper interest in surveying and graduates of a university course with a focus on geodesy. The contents of the three-semester course of study have been agreed upon with representatives from the field of practice and the Ministry of Economics of Baden-Württemberg in such a way that the qualification for the legal clerkship for theHigher Surveying Administration Service is achieved. In addition, the course of study is kept flexible through additional options such as traffic planning or 3D city models and not only meets the future requirements of industry and administration, but also takes into account current problems such as the development of Smart Cities and modern sustainable mobility concepts
Graduates can expect a job market with a high demand for qualified engineers. Career entries succeed with comprehensive knowledge in industrial surveying (e.g. automotive industry or precision mechanical/optical field), at university as well as in research or teaching. Geodesists are also required in accident and crime scene surveying, which is part of forensics.
The Master's degree qualifies for a career in higher administrative service as well as for a doctorate.